A Desolate Hour

For generations, Quentin Marsh’s family has seen its share of tragedy, though he remains skeptical that their misfortunes are tied to a centuries-old curse. But to placate his pregnant sister, Quentin makes the pilgrimage to Point Pleasant, West Virginia, hoping to learn more about the brutal murder of a Shawnee chief in the 1700s. Did … Continue reading A Desolate Hour

Twenty-Four Days

In the latest Rowe-Delamagente thriller, the two unlikely partners have less than a month to stop a North Korean missile strike after hijackers steal nuclear warhead-armed submarines. If they don’t, the USS Bunker Hill, on a peaceful mission to observe a North Korean missile launch, will be in grave danger. Piece by piece, Rowe and … Continue reading Twenty-Four Days

Catling’s Bane

Catling – She’s a weapon desired by those who reign and those who rebel. In the tiered cities of Ellegeance, the elite Influencers’ Guild holds the power to manipulate emotions. Love and fear, pleasure and pain mark the extremes of their sway. But it’s the subtle blends that hook their victims’ hearts. They hide behind … Continue reading Catling’s Bane

The Pact

It began with a question. Navy Commander Celia Kelly is a strong woman of faith and valor whose husband, Tom Kelly, went MIA. As she seeks to unravel the mystery of his disappearance--is he dead? missing? abducted? --her connections in the military start facing danger.  "Celia, if you are reading this, I am in trouble … Continue reading The Pact

Secrets of the Heart

Nurse Tori Morgan needs to regroup following a personal tragedy. Seeking refuge, she accepts a position at a remote ranch in Montana. Firmly convinced love happens once in a lifetime, she resigns herself to being alone. And then she meets her new boss. Wade McBride is six feet four inches of man capped off with … Continue reading Secrets of the Heart

The Best Advice So Far

Finding ground somewhere between Dear Abby, Daniel Pink and David Sedaris, The Best Advice So Far is packed with practical advice for real people who are searching for purpose, connection and happiness that lasts. Simply put, The Best Advice So Far is about embracing the power of choice and getting un-stuck.The Best Advice So Far is for teens and college … Continue reading The Best Advice So Far

A Thousand Rooms

‘You don’t wake up expecting to die.’Katie, thirty-two, is living a pretty good life.She has a good job, her own flat, and a fabulous pair of new red shoes. Sure, she hasn’t had a boyfriend for a while, but she figures she still has time. Until time is taken away. Hit by a car while … Continue reading A Thousand Rooms

The Heart’s Journey Home

he potential of the human spirit has always amazed me. Through poetry, I try to capture the essence of the fragility and the resiliency of our hearts; the brilliant beauty of life's journey. We all love/loved deeply and most likely have been on both sides of goodbye. We know the exquisite and profound beauty of love. … Continue reading The Heart’s Journey Home

Galveston: 1900 Indignities: The Arrangement

The epic journey of Catherine Merit Matthews continues in N. E. Brown’s fifth book of her Galveston, 1900, Indignities series. Twenty-six year old Catherine Merit Matthews is beautiful, confident, newly married, and mother to four children. Although life appears to be perfect, old memories and scars from the past continue to haunt her. Her new … Continue reading Galveston: 1900 Indignities: The Arrangement

The Mah Jongg Murders

Lillian Prestridge and her husband Bill are introduced to Eli, a standard Poodle when he leads them to the scene of a heinous murder in their normally quiet, gated community in the heart of East Texas. Lillian lends her investigative instincts to her son Jake, County Sheriff, and his best friend, Grant Perryman, Chief of … Continue reading The Mah Jongg Murders